MindTalker, based on GPT-4 technology, was designed to illuminate patients’ loneliness with meaningful conversations. The development was done in partnership with therapists, and the results were published in the proceedings of the CHI conference on human-computer interaction.

Study participants with dementia noted the importance of human interaction, but they also appreciated the novelty and the possibility of deeper conversations with AI than current digital assistants offer.

MindTalker allows users to form “social relationships” on a more personal level. Its authors, Professor Jim Ang and PhD student Anna Xigcu, believe MindTalker could have a global impact on dementia care.

The study also pays close attention to ethical issues, ensuring that AI is used to support human communication rather than replace it.

Source: Ferra

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